After a recent disconnection in a Ranked game of Halo Infinite, Dr Dispect has threatened to stop playing the multiplayer for good.
Multiplayer for Halo Infinite was released just over 2 weeks ago and many famous content creators have been playing the game for hours. Among those streaming the game are YouTube star, Dr. is not respectful. While Doc has praised many aspects of the first-person shooter, he recently had an encounter that pushed him to the brink of uninstallation.
Dr. Dispect praised Halo Infinite Multiplayer since he was first released on November 15th, since his debut, he has played many ranked Arena games with some of his fellow streamers, including TimTheTatman and CouRage. Despite enjoying the game, the frequently criticized Dr Dispect has encountered some annoying issues while playing the game, such as inconsistency in the support goal. While previous issues have frustrated the streamer, an incident from a recent live stream seems to have him pondering whether or not he wants to continue playing the game.
During a recent live stream, Dr Dispect ran into an issue that led him to argue about uninstalling. Halo Infinite. The problem occurs in the game Capture the flag on the map Bazaar. While trying to pull the enemy flag back to base, Doc suddenly lost connection with the game. This unfortunate collision caused the streamer to be kicked out of the lobby waiting for his teammates to finish the match.
Unsurprisingly, this loss of connection also dents Doc rankings. It also made him lose his temper. After a few brief moments of silence, he began talk about Halo Infinite. “This is a broken game! I’m sick of it,” he told his audience. According to Doc, the game should have been released in much better condition, considering the 7-year production cycle. “Honestly, I feel like I can uninstall, I just can,” he warned.
This unfortunate event involving Dr Dispect indicates the absence of the re-engagement feature for matches. Regardless of the reason, once a player loses connection to the game, they cannot rejoin. This omission in Halo Infinite is even clearer considering that other games in the first-person shooter genre, such as Apex Legends, has included an option to reconnect to the game.
It will be interesting to see what Dr Disosystem chooses to play in the future. To be clear, he hasn’t uninstalled the game yet, but another incident like what happened earlier this week could be enough to send him off the limit. While he has stated that the game is a refreshing change from titles like Call of Duty: Warzone, a new map will appear in that battle royale on December 8. Time will tell if that new content lures Doc away. Halo Infinite in a long time.
Halo Infinite released on December 8 for PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. Multiplayer beta is available now.
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